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Review | 15-January-2019

c-Fos and neuronal plasticity: the aftermath of Kaczmarek’s theory

require the activity of transcription factors. To test his hypothesis, he focused on c-Fos. His team showed that the c-Fos proto-oncogene is activated by synaptic plasticity and learning, and is required for these phenomena to occur. Subsequent studies showed that timp-1 and mmp-9 are c-Fos effector genes that are required for plasticity. The present review summarizes Kaczmarek’s hypothesis and the major evidence that supports it. We also describe the ways in which knowledge of the molecular

Jacek Jaworski, Katarzyna Kalita, Ewelina Knapska

Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis, Volume 78 , ISSUE 4, 287–296

Short Communication | 10-October-2018

MMP-3 deficiency does not influence the length and number of CA1 dendrites of hippocampus of adult mice

Over the past two decades, metalloproteinases (MMPs), including MMP-2, MMP-3, and MMP-9, have been implicated as important players in mechanisms underlying various forms of neuroplasticity. In particular, MMP-3 was found to be involved in both cognitive functions and in plasticity phenomena, but the underlying molecular mechanisms remain largely elusive. In general, it is believed that functional plasticity of neurons is associated with morphological alterations. Interestingly, MMP-9, in

Daria Nowak, Lies De Groef, Lieve Moons, Jerzy W. Mozrzymas

Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis, Volume 78 , ISSUE 3, 281–286

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